Twitter tears into Australian ex-cricketer Ian Healy for saying 'Warne's death didn't surprise me' : The Tribune India

Twitter tears into Australian ex-cricketer Ian Healy for saying 'Warne's death didn't surprise me'

Shane Warne died on March 4 at the age of 52

Twitter tears into Australian ex-cricketer Ian Healy for saying 'Warne's death didn't surprise me'

Australian cricket great Shane Warne. Reuters/File



Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, March 11

The news of cricketer Shane Warne's recent death shocked people. And a comment made by a former Australian cricketer has not gone down well with his fans.

Warne died on March 4 at the age of 52. Ian Healy, the former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman, said the cricketer’s death did not surprise him as he did not take care of his body.

"An early passing didn't surprise me for Warnie. He didn't look after his body that well. He yo-yoed up and down,"

Healy told The Today Show, "He didn't put much sunscreen on. I thought it would have become skin issues for him over time, but not at 52. And he would have been full of beans right to the end, I bet."

The remarks have angered fans on Twitter, who were not at all happy with them.

Below are a few tweets in reaction to his remarks.

#Cricket #shanewarne

Tribune Shorts


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